Electronica Azi & Microchip PIC32 WFI32E Curiosity Board

Win a Microchip PIC32 WFI32E Curiosity Board (EV12F11A) from Electronica Azi and if you don’t win, receive a 20% off voucher, plus free shipping for one of these boards.

The PIC32 WFI32E Curiosity Board is an easy-to-use evaluation tool to evaluate the performance of WFI32E01PC Wi-Fi MCU module, which contains the PIC32MZW1 series Wi-Fi SoC. This 200MHz high performance MCU has industrial leading Wi-Fi connectivity and rich peripheral options. The PIC32MZW1 has 1MB embedded flash and 256KB SRAM, empowering embedded designers to rapidly build complex IoT software covering WLAN, TCP/IP stack, RTOS, Cloud connectivity, and application. Various types of peripherals, such as Ethernet, USB, ADC, CVD touch buttons, and CAN, make PIC32MZW1 a perfect system core to realize the most application features.

There are various types of on-board connecting header for users to build up their applications by connecting to various types of add-on boards such as Microchip’s XPRO boards. Users can also expand its functionality through MikroElectronika mikroBUS™ Click™ adapter boards. The PIC32 WFI32E Curiosity Board has the PICkit On-board (PKOB) debugger based on a PIC24FJ256GB106 USB Microcontroller. Additionally, it supports external debuggers, such as MPLAB REAL ICE, MPLAB ICD 3 by connecting to the ICSPTM header.

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  • Using high-precision architectures enables superior DC performance, regardless of operating conditions
  • Low noise and additional EMI filtering on the inputs provide additional protection in electrically noisy environments
  • Small packages, such as leadless DFNs, are ideal for space-constrained designs
  • A wide operating temperature range of –40°C to +125°C provides a robust solution even at extreme temperatures

Microchip Instrumentation Amplifier with mCAL Technology

The MCP6N11 and MCP6V2x Wheatstone Bridge Reference Design demonstrates the performance of Microchip's MCP6N11 instrumentation amplifier (INA) and a traditional three op amp INA using Microchip's MCP6V26 and MCP6V27 auto-zeroed op amps. The input signal comes from an RTD temperature sensor in a Wheatstone bridge. Real world interference is added to the bridge's output, to provide realistic performance comparisons. Data is gathered and displayed on a PC, for ease of use. The USB PIC® microcontroller and included Graphical User Interface (GUI) provides the means to configure the board and collect sample data.